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Ashburn, Virginia, 2022: Cellentia Technology Company (CITC) recently announced a partnership with Synology. From flash disks to multiple cloud architectures, Synology uniquely enables every business to manage, secure, and protect their data wherever access is needed from flash disks to multiple cloud architectures—at the scale needed to accommodate the exponential data growth of the digital world. Synology creates network-attached storage, IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment that transform the way users manage data, conduct surveillance, and manage networks in the cloud era.

The partnership not only allows Cellentia to strengthen its already sturdy roster of powerful technology brands, but it also gives them another promising storage solution to offer to the market. On the other hand, Synology gains strong leverage from Cellentia’s practical knowledge and information technology experience working with various government agencies. Founded in 2000, Synology has over six million installations, hundreds of channel partners, and six branches across the globe.


Ashburn, Virginia, 2022: Cellentia Technology Company (CITC) recently agreed to a partnership agreement with Vertive. Vertiv delivers AC power, precision cooling, monitoring, surge, integrated racks and cabinets, and IT infrastructure management solutions that reduce operating costs, simplify management, and increase the availability of critical, “always on” IT environments via integrated, centralized in-band and out-of-band hardware and software. The agreement will enable CITC to participate in the Vertive Partner Program as a reseller of the specific Vertiv products available to it for resale under this program.


Cellentia Information Technology Company (CITC) is proud to be associated with the (AACPC) initiative. Cisco Systems’ African American Cisco Partner Community (AACPC), launched in 2020, is highlighting Black-owned Cisco partners that are building specialized technology and managed services practices and supporting their communities.

It began as a community for Cisco partners of color, but the African American Cisco Partner Community (AACPC) initiative is successfully shining a light on Black-owned partners that are building specialized technology and managed services practices and supporting their communities.